I have a client who pays for 2 different site buts wants to have it all on 1 statement to be paid all at once. Only problem is that I need to stipulate as to which site it is and then have the list of invoices below it, then list the next site and have the list of invoices below it?
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Right now, we can’t directly edit the statement to combine two different sites. You can customize it to add your logo using the Standard template though.
Here are the steps:
You can check this article for more information: Create and Manage Statements.
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This is how I handle it...
Create a new client (Say Mr. X) as the main client, then the two sites (say company Alpha and company Beta) as the two sub-accounts. You can then issue a statement for Mr. X with the invoices for the two sites. It will only show the invoice numbers though and not for which company/site it was. (But you can always add the two sites statements to that one... just a thought.)
Create a new customer Mr. X.
For the sites. Edit customer, tick the box "is sub-customer", then select Mr. X.
I hope this helps.